Ratings: Waltons Movie Remake Gives The CW a 7-1/2 Month Audience High

In the latest TV ratings, The Waltons’ Homecoming — a remake of the 1971 TV-movie that wound up spawning CBS’ The Waltons series — averaged nearly 960,000 total viewers on Sunday, marking The CW’s most watched night of the fall (and since April 14). In the 18-49 demo, it scored a CW-typical 0.1. TVLine readers gave the remake an average grade of… “D+” (read recap). Over on CBS, 60 Minutes (7.2 million/0.5)) delivered Sunday’s largest non-NFL audience, followed by the Lady Gaga/Tony Bennett concert (6.1 mil/0.4, TVLine reader grade “A+”). The Equalizer‘s fall finale (5.7 mil/0.4) closed out CBS’ night with series...
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Pretty Little Liars' Lucy Hale offers sweet advice to reboot cast

Pretty Little Liars came to an end four years ago, but as we've come to expect these days, a reboot of the teen drama is already well under way. The revival, which will air on HBO Max in the US, will go by the new name of Original Sin – and along with a new home and a new title, it's set to introduce a whole new cast.
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These Classic Christmas Specials Dominated TV Ratings This Weekend, Here's When You Can Watch Them Again

Thanksgiving kicked off the holiday season and we don't just mean in terms of family, food, and celebration. It also marked the kickoff of holiday entertainment, with Christmas movies and specials back to bring even more cheer. And when it comes to those holiday specials, there were a few Christmas classics that dominated the weekend ratings – and you still have a chance to watch them again before the holiday season ends.
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The TVLine-Up: What's New, Returning and Leaving the Week of Nov. 28

This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings and monthly guide to What’s on Streaming. With nearly 500 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable and streaming, it’s easy to forget that a favorite comedy is returning, or that the new “prestige drama” you anticipated is about to debut. So consider this our reminder to set your DVR, order a Season Pass, pop a fresh Memorex into the VCR… however it is you roll. This week, 17 new and returning series (including the final runs of Lost in Space and Money Heist), six fall finales (including The Equalizer...

TVLine Items: Judge Steve Harvey First Look, Ahsoka Series Casting and More

Judge Steve Harvey‘s court is in session. ABC has released a promo for the new one-hour unscripted courtroom comedy series, premiering Tuesday, Jan. 4 at 8/7c. More from TVLineDid Hawkeye Musical Cover Endgame? Should The Game Recruit Twins? Who Will Survive 'Rivervale'? And More Qs!TVLine Items: Amazon Eyes Mass Effect Series, Epix's From Trailer and MoreTVLine Items: Strahan Heads to Space, Coming Out Colton Premiere and More.

Law & Order: SVU season 23 spoilers: Donal Logue returning

While you wait for Law & Order: SVU to return to NBC on December 9, why not check out some news on a recurring guest star!. According to a report today coming in from TVLine, Donal Logue (Gotham) will be coming back to the series for at least one episode airing a little later this season. He previously played Declan Murphy during seasons 15-17, and in the present time he will be coming off a big undercover assignment. With that, he’ll be at SVU to present Benson an important, high-priority case involving coordinated hate crimes. He knows better than anyone how this team can effectively untangle this situation, after having filled in for Benson during her traumatic William Lewis situation.

Did Psych 3 Open the Door to ‘Shules’ Having a Baby of Their Own?

Early on in Psych 3: This Is Gus, Juliet worries that Shawn’s investigation into mom-to-be Selene’s past will jeopardize her last chance at being a godparent. The heart-to-heart that followed at least hinted at “Shules” revisiting the idea of starting a family of their own. “[Gus and Selene’s] kids are...

The Best Hanukkah TV Episodes From Rugrats, Friends, The O.C. and More

The Best Hanukkah TV Episodes From Rugrats, Friends, The O.C. and More. With a belly full of Thanksgiving turkey, we now turn our attention (and stomachs) to Hanukkah and latkes. The eight-night celebration begins earlier than usual this year, kicking off this Sunday evening, Nov. 28, and to mark the occasion, TVLine has compiled a list of the eight best Hanukkah episodes to cue up. Unfortunately, there aren't as many pickings to choose from as there are for Christmas (view those "Best Of" selections here), but fittingly, we have found one installment for each night of the Jewish holiday. Our highlights include a poignant Brothers & Sisters storyline, The O.C.'s classic first Chrismukkah outing and plenty of hearty laughs courtesy of The Goldbergs, The Nanny and other comedies. We've also singled out a pair of children's programs that featured Hanukkah episodes that are both educational and entertaining for parents and kiddos alike. And this year, Nickelodeon's preschool series Blue's Clues & You! will join in the tradition with a new Hanukkah-themed installment, "A Blue's Clues Festival of Lights" (premiering today at 12 pm ET/PT). So as you prepare to light your menorah, check out the guide below to TV's best Hanukkah episodes and where to stream them, then hit the comments to share your faves!

Batwoman Introduces a New Joker in Season 3 Midseason Finale

The midseason finale of Batwoman's third season debuted tonight, completely shaking up the status quo within the show's version of Gotham City. The episode was already expected to debut the show's buzzed-about new version of Poison Ivy, with Mary Hamilton (Nicole Kang) embodying the iconic DC villain. That apparently wasn't enough or the hit The CW series, as the show teed up a new iteration of none other than the Clown Prince of Crime. Spoilers for Season 3, Episode 9 of Batwoman, "Pick Your Poison", below! Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

TVLine Readers Give Thanks for Grey's Comeback, Uncancelled Shows, New Amsterdam 'Ship, Hetty Hug and More

With Thanksgiving upon us, it feels appropriate to say there’s been a bounty of quality television this year, and TVLine readers have some gratitude to express for it. On Wednesday, our TVLine staff members shared their appreciation for 2021’s small-screen cornucopia — OK, our Thanksgiving wordplay ends here, promise — and now, it’s your turn. We’ve gathered your submissions from the past two weeks, and below, you’ll find 20 shout-outs to this year’s TV, from Yellowstone‘s still-intact Dutton family to a fresh wave of ’90s nostalgia.

Great News, Cheetah Sisters: Adrienne Bailon-Houghton is Joining Raven's Home for Season 5

Watch: Raven-Symone "Feels Good" to Be Back on Disney Channel. Grab your velour jumpsuits, the Cheetah Girls are back! Well, sort of. On Nov. 24, TVLine announced that Adrienne Bailon-Houghton is set to recur in season five of Raven's Home on Disney Channel. The actress, who once played Raven-Symoné's bully on the original series, That's So Raven, will return to Bayside High, but this time as the principal—the same high school that Raven's son Booker will enroll in as they head back to San Fransisco to care for Raven's father.